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Old 04-16-2004, 08:50 AM
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I was wondering if anyone was working with this frog (in the US)? I know some frogs came in a long time ago as P. lugubris, but they turned out to be P. vittatus. So are there any true P. lugubris in the US hobby now?
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Jon,
I know the NAIB had them, but that isn't really the hobby.. lol
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I really like them too JB. I hope they become availiable some time in the future.I want to set up a Costa Rican tank and have them and auratus in it.
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Old 04-16-2004, 06:40 PM
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I want to set up a Costa Rican tank and have them and auratus in it.
Yeah, supposedly they can be found in the same areas as auratus and pumilio... would make a very nice tank (and big of course) .

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I know the NAIB had them, but that isn't really the hobby.. lol
Nope, thats not really part of the hobby... unfortunatly. Maybe we could have some histos, blue jeans, and etc if they were "part of the hobby" lol.
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I saw a nice terrarium at the St. Louis Botanical Gardens that housed a few lugubris with some auratus. The lugubris looked pretty much like vittatus but were a little larger and their colors were less vibrant so I could see how someone could get the two confused, especially if the frogs were juveniles. Very beautiful frogs,
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